Subject: BigMedilytics Newsletter: January 2021

Big Data for Medical Analytics

BigMedilytics heads into the final stretch

The BigMedilytics project organized its fifth consortium meeting on the 10th of December 2020 to review the progress and achievements of the project so far and align on the next tasks during this upcoming period. The partners face with enthusiasm the final phase of this great project that will come to an end this August.

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Fusing real-time location with clinical and operational data for high-precision characterization of stroke workflows

The Stroke pilot in BigMedilytics aims to improve outcomes and thereby reduce the overall cost of stroke by using big data.

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Maria-Esther Vidal and her team at TIB, awarded for their responsible research

Guided by data privacy and responsible data management principles, Prof. (Univ. Simon Bolivar) Dr. Maria-Esther Vidal and her team are developing digital technologies that make the context of existing data understandable by machines and humans.

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Improving optimal medical therapy and physical activity for heart failure patients

The Heart Failure pilot within BigMedilytics is focused on introducing personal healthcare concepts to the benefits of patients with heart failure.

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The Digital Nephrology group of Charité awarded by the German Society of Nephrology

The prize recognizes the digital innovations for integrative outpatient care in patients after kidney transplantation and in patients with chronic kidney disease.

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Latest events

Successful presence of BigMedilytics at the European Big Data Value Forum 2020

The project was one of the sponsors of the event, had a booth, and organized its own session. Moreover, BigMedilytics was presented in the Health Main session on the same day and during the AI in Healthcare session. Read more

BigMedilytics at the Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Symposium

Dr. Supriyo Chatterjea, senior scientist at Philips Research and coordinator of BigMedilytics, participated on the 28th of October in this virtual event organized by the Life Science Alliance and the MOLIT institute of personalized medicine. Read more

Latest scientific publication

Impact of sex differences in co‐morbidities and medication adherence on outcome in 25 776 heart failure patients

Access the study conducted by researchers from Erasmus University Medical Center (Erasmus MC) and Achmea. Read more

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 780495. These contents reflect only the consortium’s view. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information.


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